Nancy Anderson, Ph.D.Torchlight

There Ought To Be A Law, Right?

What kind of coalition is needed to pass a building energy retrofit bill able to do what is needed?

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Courtney St. JohnSnapshot

The Role Of Media For Advancing Discourse On Climate Change

Most people are well aware of the global shift that's been taking place in mass media over the last decade. The factors contributing to the decline of trust in the media are many...

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In the Media

Prefab Housing, Which Way To Go?

Read Anderson's comment on Dougherty's column in NYT

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Subway Reading

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On Your Mark, Get Set

The 2nd Avenue subway's next phase is slated to open in 2029

Judge Tosses NYC Climate Case As Baltimore Brings Another

US District Judge Keenan dismisses NYC's climate damages suit against Big Oil 'with prejudice', meanwhile, Baltimore files a climate lawsuit based on coastal flood damage risks threatening its waterfront revitalization

Worldwide

Japan: Cool Clothes

During Japan's scorching summer, clothes with built-in fans offer personal comfort

Australia: Billionaire Does A Koch Brothers

Gina Rinehart, an Australian mining magnate, gives millions to a Koch Brothers-style climate denial institute

EU: Amber Light On EV Sales

Why is EV sales growth slowing in the EU, even as demand for diesel cars sinks?

In The Carbon Age

Everyone Knows Heat Kills...

...Here's what NYC grassroots environmental justice activists are doing about it

Science At Work: Climate Change Changes The Seasons

The temperature contrast between seasons is amplifying due to human-caused climate change impacts, new research finds

Utilities Help NYer's Buy EV's

Why are Con Ed + National Grid stepping in to make it easier for New Yorkers to buy electric vehicles? If a Tesla is a stretch, Con Ed also rebates the cost of LED's

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2018 Artists And Climate Change Incubator
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If you're an artist, activist, scientist, or educator who wants to engage or further their engagement with climate change through artistic practices, join our annual incubator
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